A DUDLEY VILLAGE CAMPUS REPORT
A Promise in the Heart of Boston: Portraits of a Dudley Village Campus is BPI's summary of Goodman Research Group's Boston Promise Initiative Neighborhood Survey, a survey of residents perceptions and quality of life in the Dudley Village Campus, a neighborhood combining parts of Upham's Corner, Grove Hall, Orchard Gardens, as well as the Blue Hill Avenue and Fairmount Indigo Line Corridors.
The Boston Promise Initiative (BPI) surveyed Dudley Village Campus (DVC) residents who consented to participate in the survey and were either parents/guardians of children ages birth to 18 or adults who lived in “adult-only” households. BPI obtained valid responses from a grand total of 466 households. DSNI also hired Boston Promise Organizers, most of them DVC residents, to conduct the survey between February 10, 2014 and April 11, 2014. Goodman Research Group trained the organizers, particularly on how to collect quality data and ensure every respondent’s confidentiality. The hiring of residents as surveyors, as well as the gift cards given to households for participating in the survey, invested nearly $60,000 back into the families of the Dudley Village Campus.
The survey was one of the most ambitious efforts yet to understand a complete picture of the Dudley Village Campus through the eyes of residents. We invite you the report within this webpage, download it for yourself, and share it with your network!
BPI NEIGHBORHOOD SURVEY: INITIAL DESCRIPTIVE RESULTS
Review all of the raw data of valid responses from a total of the 466 DVC residents that BPI surveyed. Residents consented to participate in the survey and were either parents/guardians of children ages birth to 18 or adults who lived in “adult-only” households.